in fellowship. Being united is a key component in upholding a strong faith. Our Hebrew roots beliefs bond us as a literal family, and as such, we should always act out of love.
in the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
— Ex 4:5
that scripture is ordained for reproof, training, and teaching in the ways of righteousness.
— 2 Tim 3:16
that through Yeshua we are grafted into Israel as citizens in the covenants of God
— Eph 2:2-3
that through salvation we now submit ourselves to God’s Torah in order to live a set-apart, “holy” life. This is equivalent to submitting ourselves to the reign of our King, and as such, is a sign of obedience in the kingdom.
— 2 Tim 1:9, Deut 28:9, Pet 1:22, Num 15:29, Num 15:16, Num 9:14
If we haven’t scared you off yet, the foundation of all of our Hebrew roots beliefs above are set on one word: